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zA note about the delay in publication of this bool{... lacl{ of student yearbook 
staff, graduating student staff , changing ^tudent UnVo foment staff, upgraded 
software programs, crashing computers, missing files ... yet, the academic year 
molped forward Our sincere apologies for a later del foe iy than anticipated, but 
rather than compromising the quality of the bool^ (or not hefoing one!), our staff 
mo^ed 'forward with the resources we had available. 

Well, here is it, the 2002 fpramingham ^tate QoUege "Dm/ ' Tearfoo/^ zMany 
of you halve been eagerly awaiting its arrfoal, while others are pleasantly 
surprised by its del foe iy - but through many challenges We are happy to present 
your first gift from the Qollege. Unside you will find a collection of images, and 
a reflection of the 2001-2002 year, ^tudent Uifoofoement and £eadership 
'Development hopes that this bool^prolvdes you with an outline to remembering 
the people and places that made J^ramingham £tate C°^ e S e special to you. 

-JhCuch gratitude to the people on campus who supplied us with images and 
information. ?3> Cost importantly, thanl^ you to the ^tudent Uifoofoement staff 
and Josten s support team for making this yearbook a reality. 

"Best oflucl^ to the 0ass of 2002 in your future endeavors! 

(ffincerely, 



^tudent JnlYjfoement and (fampus Events 



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Table of Contents 



Community & World Events 



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Campus Happenings 



20 



Around Campus 



48 



Athletics 



54 



Faculty, Staff & Administration 



74 



Academics 



86 



Looking Back 



96 



Class of 2002 



102 



Senior Portraits 



112 



Graduation 



156 



Best Wishes 



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Our Community ... Our World 
Life Changing Events 

Tne world is constantly moving forward, bringing us nappiness and tragedy - sometimes quicker tnan a blin£ of an 
eye, At Framingfiami State College, change is no different, In tf\e small world of FSC, tne Atnletic and Recreation 
Center finally arrived: Complete witn facilities for wording out, atnletic events, av\d aerobic classes, \<he wait was 
finally overl No sooner were people enjoying tne new facility, tnat many beloved faculty, staff, and administrators 
said goodbye during tne state's early retirement incentive And finally, who can forget few September 1 1 , 2DD1 , 
cnanged ow lives and the world forever, Yet, life kept moving forward for everyone and everyplace - including 
Framingfem State College, 






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President Heineman addresses the crowd at the 
official opening of the Athetic and Recreation Center 




Athletic and Recreation Center 



After years of construction 
deadlines and anticipation, the 
new athletic and recreation 
facility opened on campus in 
November. Beginning in the 
early 1990's, the planning for an 
athletic facility began, as varsity 
sports were condemned to the 
gymnasium below Dwight Hall. 
Though construction delays, 
budgeting concerns, and 
administration changes, both 
students and community 
members were ready to use the 
new fortress on campus. While 
many community members 
began working out, athletes 
enjoyed crowds at both varsity 
and intramural games. The wait 
was well worth the new 
equipment, aerobics/dance 
space, and a brand new 
gymnasium. The first men's 
basketball game was held 
against Worcester Poytechnical 
Institute (WPl) on Nobember 16 
and the women played on No- 
vember 20. 



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SGA President Robert Walmsley (standing 

center) stands amidst the eager crowd of 

faculty, staff and students awaiting the 

ribbon cutting of the new athletic center. 





Assistant Director of Athletics, Carey Williams (left,) and Director of 
Athletics (right), Tom Kelly, open the front doors of the new building. 




The eager crowd floods into the new building. 



Joan Kelly, of Alumni and Development Rela- 
tions, cycles away the winter blues on the top 
floor of the new building. 



Dedication of the 
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Seth A. Weinroth, Esquire (Chair) 

Jerry D. Hiatt (Vice Chair) 

Mary Elizabeth Heffernan, Esquire (FSC '80) 

Mark O. Jacobson 

Angela Hunt, M.D. 

Charles F. Kane 

John R. Smith 

Joseph P.J. Vrabel, Esquire 

Dr. Constance B. Jordan (FSC '41) 

Andrea Canevazzi (Student, FSC '04) 





Helen L. Heineman, President 
Framingham State College 

Seth A. Weinroth, Esq., Chair 

Framingham State College 

Board of Trustees 



Stephen P. Tocco, Chair 
Massachusetts Board of Higher Education 

David B. Perini, Commissioner 
Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management 

Len Megliola, Sports Editor 
MetroWest News 

Rev., William Kremmel, Chaplain 
Framingham State College 

Hon. David Magnani 
State Senator 



Hon. Deborah Blumer 

Hon. Karen Spilka 
State Representatives 

Kathy Lynch 

Tim O'Malley 

Student Athletes 

"God Bless America" 

Mark Evans 
Artist -in-Residence 




Step it Up ~ (and Down) 

For (host: individulas who needed a little more direction in (heir quest for fitness ... (he new Athletic Center offered a variety of 
classes for faculty, staff and students. Many trained students were employed by (he Athletics Department to head up these 
classes. Spinning, step-aerobic, and kick-boxing are just a few of the classes offered in the new facility. Additionally, people 
found their way to the weight room and cardiovascular equipment. From treadmills to ellipifical machines, pulse rates were 
increasing just at the thought of the state of the art machines. Nautilus machines and free weights rounded out the available 
resources for getting buff. Regardless of skill level, many people have enjoyed kicking their fitness quest info gear with these 
exciting new offerings ... in a brand new setting! 




Spinning ... Spinning ... Spinning - not for the faint at heart! 




A little kick-boxing to get your aggressions out! 



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A Familiar Face... 



After twenty Y ears of service to Framingham 
State College and its student clubs, Barbara 
Dias bid farewell to friends. Serving as the 
Bookkeeper for Student Involvement, her 
dedication will be missed. 








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Student leader 
Sandra Anim gives 
a moving goodbye 
speech for Barbara 
during the farewell 
party in McCarthy's. 



During the farewell 

party, Director of 

Student 

Involvement Rachel 

Lucking assures 

Barbara the bills 

will still get paid. 



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Barbara 

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As a parting gift, students and staff 
signed one final club voucher for 
Barbara. The voucher serves as a 
reminder that each and every dollar 
Barbara accounted for will never be 
forgotten. 



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Ono of the mosl significant events of 2001-2002 was the downturn of the economy. The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts responded with various measures for the state colleges and other public agencies. One tactic 
of cost savings involved an early retirement incentive. Many individuals across the state could retire earlier 
than anticipated, yet still enjoy the various benefits of full service. The 'savings' came from agencies only 
filling one of four vacancies left by retirees. Framingham State said farewell to many beloved staff, faculty and 
administrators at the end of the academic year. From Facilities to Vice President positions, no area of the 
College was untouched by the retiree exodus. The Dial wishes to thank each retiree for his/her service and 
commitment to the College ... and most importantly, an enjoyable and relaxing retirement. Your services and 
faces will be greatly missed! 

2002 Retirees 

Armandina Araujo, Facilities 

George Campbell, Information Technology Services 

Joseph Caruso, Education 

Jose Cerqueira, Facilities 

Patricia Daly, Family & Consumer Sciences 

Raphaela Alba de Rodriguez, Residence Life & Housing 

Barbara Dias, Student Involvement & Leadership Development 

Lazara Doeirao, Facilities 

Adele Downing, President's Office 

Alice Doyle, Information Technology Services 

Domenica Ferreira, Residence Life & Housing 

William Genis, Residence Life & Housing 

Roy Hall, 3rd, Information Technology Services 

John Horrigan, Administration & Finance 

Jonathan Husband, Library Services 

Joseph Jurich, English 

Cheryl Kavanagh, Health Services 

Harold Kiess, Psychology & Philosophy 

Patricia Lee, Biology/Chemistry and Food Science 

Mona Lesslie, Graduate & Continuing Education 

Marie McKinney, Economics & Business Administration 

Mary Murphy, English 

Paul Peterson, Physics & Earth Science 

Joseph Previte, Biology 

Martin Price, Mathematics 

Claudia Quinn, Administration & Finance 

Armando Rodriguez, Facilities 

Victor Sanches, Facilities 

Genevieve Scionti, English 

Francis Sloan, Facilities 

Philip Stanton, Biology 

Dolores Rojas Torti, Nursing 

Clayton Travis, Public Safety & Police Services 

Sally Wellsman, Library Services 



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How can words accurately describe the 
agony, shock, and devastation the 
world experienced on and after 
Tuesday, September 11, 2001? 

The Dial does not intend to recreate the 
events of September 11 ... US History 
will now be teaching everyone about 
the first attack on US soil since Pearl 
Harbor. Every person has a different 
story about the impact of September 11 
on his or her life. We do not have 
pictures of each crash site ... or the 
anguished faces of families of 
firefighters. We only have our own 
perception of the day. The included 
New York City pictures were taken 
months after the attacks. And, 
hopefully, inspire how time moves 
forward and communities rebuild. 

Frammgham State has its own story 
about responding and joining as a 
community to make sense of the 
attacks. 

This section intends to only memoralize 
a day that has left everyone still 
wondering ... will life ever be the same? 




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In such desperate times, we should not hang our 
heads low, and wallow in sorrow and pity for 
those lost. We must stand with our heads high, 
as Americans have been taught to do. Never 
before have we had to prove to everyone why it 
is so great to be an American, ... 

While my heart was crushed by the harsh reality 
that there are people who truly don't care about 
the value of precious human life, I still cling onto 
hope, and I think of Anne Frank who said, 'In 
spite of everything, I still believe that people are 
really good at heart.' I encourage you to seek 
out these people, envelop yourself in love and 
patriotism. Be as proud to be an American as 
you were yesterday, because desipte the horrific 
tragedy our country has endured, we still are 
Americans, We still belive in life, liberty and the 
pursuit of happiness. 

Stephanie Flynn 
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In the days, weeks, and 
months following 

September 11, reactions were 
varied, but all were somber. Candlelight 
vigils were held, reflection ceremonies 
occurred, and tributes were made. 
People became heroes in moments, and 
communities pulled together in new 
ways. 

At the Twin Towers in New York City, 
the Pentagon, and Pennslyvania, 
rebuilding was not an easy task. Each 
site only resembled its former self. And, 
it took months to literally dig out of the 
rubble. 

Not only did these specific locations need 
to clean up the destruction, the entire 
nation was faced with new security 
measures. Indeed, life did go on, but it 
would never be the same. 



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'I actually saw the moment when the 
second plane came. I said, 'What is 
that?/ and suddenly, the next thing 
was the picture of the Pentagon,' 
Dr. Helen Heineman 

'I was frustrated because we were in a 
position where there was nothing we 
could do but sit back and watch these 
guys tear our country apart,' 
Senior ?) Pinsonnault. 

'We really pulled together during our 
nation's weakest hour and we proved 
that there was still hope, love and faith 
throughout our campus, and through- 
out our great country,' 
SGA President, Bobby Walmsley 



Excerpts from September 14, 2001 Gatepost 



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October 22, 2001 

Firefighter Tribute 




Student Trustee Andrea Canevazzi holds on to her father, a firefighter. Both attended the event in the Ecumenical and Cultural Center 
on October 22, 2001. 

Almost a month after the devastating attacks, the College gathered to recognize the firefighters who 
lost their lives during September 11. Over a hundred faculty, staff, students, community members 
attended a ceremony in the Ecumenical and Cultural Center. Dr. John Budz, professor of Psychology at 
Framingham State, donated a photograph and poem to the College at the Firefighter tribute. His photo 
of Parisian firefighters captured the spirit that so many felt towards the fallen of September 11. In 
addition to the donated photograph, Dr. Budz read a poem "The Fireman." 

The ceremony was just one of many responses made by the Framingham State community. On Sep- 
tember 11, a state of emergency was called, and the College was closed. The Ecumenical and Cultural 
Center remained open for prayer and reflection, while the counseling center staff was available for 
those needing support. Many students of O'Connor Hall joined together to donate blood to the Red 
Cross for the many victims. Community members found a variety of ways to join together and sup- 
port one another and those touched by the tragedy. 



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Campus Events Fall 2001 Semester 



Wed, 


9/5 


No Name Game Show 


7pm Fireplace Lounge 




Thurs. 


9/6 


Comedian Anmrew Kennedy 


7pm McCarthy's 




Frl. 


9/7 


McCarthy's Pub Grand Re-Opening 


Spm McCarthy's 




Frl. 


9/14 


FSC Flix ~ Crazy/Beautif ul 


7:50pm CC Forum 




Fri.-Sun. 


9/21-9/25 FSC Homecoming £001 


FSC Campus 




Sun. 


9.23 


Comedienne Alexandra McHale 


7pm McCarthy's 




Frl. 


9/28 


FSC Flix ~ Swordf ish 


7:50pm CC Forum 




Sat. 


9/29 


Boston Moonlight Cruise 


7pm Boston Harbor 




Fri. 


10/12 


FSC Flix ~ Shrek 


7:50pm CC Forum 




Tues. 


10/16 


Matthew West Concert 


7pm McCarthy's 




Thurs. 


10/25 


Slam Poet Beau Sia 


7pm McCarthy's 




Sat. 


10/27 


Rocky Horror Picture Show Trip 


Boston, MA 




Mon. 


10/29 


Magician Tim (rabrielson 


7pm McCarthy's 




Wed. 


10/51 


ISU's Halloween Party 


7:50pm CC Forum 




Frl. 


11/50 


FSU Flix ~ legally Blonde 


7:50pm CC Forum 




Mon. 


12/05 


Naturally Seven Acapella Concert 


7pm CC Forum 






Campus Events Spring ZOOl Semester 




Wed. 


1/25 


Battle of the Sexes (rameshow 


7pm McCarthy's 




Frl. 


1/25 


Casino Night 


7pm 1359 Room 




Tues. 


1/29 


18* Night ©McCarthy's 


Spm McCarthy's 




Wed. 


1/50 


Trippin' Billies (PMB Cover Band) 


Spm CC Forum 




Sun. 


2/5 


Comedian Eric O'Shea 


7pm McCarthy's 




Fri.-Sun. 


2/3-2/ 10 


Family Weekend 


FSC Campus 




Sat. 


2/9 


Recycled Percussion 


7:15pm Pwight Hall 




Tues. 


2/12 


Mardi Gras feat. Fntrain 


7pm McCarthy's 




Tues. 


2/26 


Comedian Romont Harris 


7pm McCarthy's 




Tues. 


5/12 


"Baba" 


7pm CC Forum 




Tues. 


5/26 


Comedian Jm Colliton 


7pm McCarthy's 




Tues. 


4/19 


Comedian Juston McKinney 


7pm McCarthy's 




Tues. 


4/25 


Ventriloquist Pan Horn 


7pm McCarthy's 




Fri. 


5/10 


Sandbox, sponsored by SUAB 


FSC Campus 


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ORIENTATION 2001 

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Every semester campus welcomes new students by 
offering an Orientation to Framingham State life. 
Various campus departments offer critical information to 
new students through a variety of presentations. On 
Entering Student Day, Tuesday September 4, campus 
came alive with faculty receptions, a BBQ, and the 
annual Student Convocation. 




SCENES from ORIENTATION 2001 

Top left: Students and faculty join together in Dwight Auditorium for 

New Student Convocation. 

Top right: Dean Cynthia Smith Forrest informs new students of 

Student Services at FSC. 

Above: New students review course offerings during Academic 

Advocacy. 




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2001 - 2002 

rts and Humanities 
Events Calendar 

Tuesday, September 11 (Opening), through Thursday, October 11, 2001 

MAZMANIANARTGALLERyEXHIBITION:"THEARTFACULTy 

EXHBTION" 
Thursday, September 13, 2001 

INTERNATIONALFILMSERtES:"SOLAS"(SPAIN,1999) 
Tuesday, October 16 (Opening), through Thursday, November 15, 2001 

MAZMANIANARTGAU£RyEXHIBITION:"THECOMMUNICATION 

ARTSFACULTYEXHIBITION" 
Thursday, October 25, 2001 

INTERNATIONALFILMSERIES: "SMELLOFCAMPHOR,FRAGRANCE 

OFJASMINE"(IRAN,2000) 
Tuesday, October 30, 2001 

CAPTAINWIUJAM"BIU."PINKNEy:"THEMISSIONOFTHE 

ARMISTAD AMERICA, THERECONSTRUCTION OF FREEDOM 

SCHOONERAMISTAD,ANDTHERELEVANCEOFTHEAMJSTAD 

MCIDENTTOTHEWORIDTODAY" 
Tuesday, November 13, 2001 

SHENANDOAHSHAKESPEAREEXPRESS:"THEWINTER'STALE" 
Tuesday, November 20 (Opening), through Friday, December 7, 2001 

MAZMANIANARTGAllERyEXHIBITION:"THESTUDENT 

INVITATIONALEXHIBTION" 
Tuesday, November 27, 2001 

PAULSEIKOCHIHARA:RENOWNEDCONCERTANDFILMMUSIC 

COMPOSER 
Wednesday, February 6, 2002 

S.ALLEHCOUHTER,Ph.D.,D.M.Sc.:DIRECTOROFTHEHARVARD 

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NEUROPHySIOLOGIST 
Thursday, February 7, 2002 

INTERNATIONALFILMSERIES:"BEAUTRAVAIL"(FRANCE / 1999) 
Wednesday, March 6, 2002 

RAMONDELOSREyESSPANISHDANCETHEATRE:"FLAMENCO 

ANDALUZ" 
Thursday, March 7, 2002 

INTERNATIONALFILMSERIES:"NOTONELESS"(CHINA, 1999) 
Tuesday, April 9, 2002 

JACKPRELUTSKy:LEADINGCHILDREN'$POETAND2000 

RECIPIENTOFTHEDAVIDMcCORDCHILDREN'SUTERATURE 

CITATIONAWARD 
Wednesday, April 24, 2002 

"COME TO THEOPERA":UVEOPERALPERFORMANCESUNDER THE 

DIRECTIONOFFRAMINGHAMSTATECOLLEGEARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 

MARK EVANS 



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Left: Paul Seiko Chihara, a renowned 
concert and film music composer, 
performed at Framingham State on 
November 27 for the Arts and Hu- 
manities Series. 



Below: Composer Chihara poses next 
to the grand piano in the Forum after 
a pleasing performance. 





Above: 

Dr. Arthur Noletti [left], facilitator of 
the International Film Series; Dr. 
Helen Heineman, President; and Paul 
Seiko Chihara. 



Above: 

During the traditional reading of 
Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol , 
Dr. Helen Heineman shows off her 
period costume. 



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EACH SPRING, THE STUDENTS OF 

FRAMINGHAM STATE COLLEGE COME TOGETHER 

TO CELEBRATE A YEAR OF FUN AND 

FRIENDSHIP WITH THE ANNUAL 

PROGRAM SPONSORED BY SUAB, SANDBOX. 

CLASSES AND ORGANIZATIONS 

THROUGHOUT THE FSC CAMPUS PARTICIPATE 

BY HAVING A TABLE OR ACTIVITY 

FOR THE FSC COMMUNITY TO ENJOY. 

THIS DAY IS ESPECIALLY ENJOYABLE 

BECAUSE IT IS ONE OF THE LAST TIMES 

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Clubs & Organizations 



Academic 
Organizations 



* Active Sociologists 

* Art Ink 

* Chemistry Club 

* Computer Science Club 

* Economics/Business Club 

* English Club 

* Family S Consumer Sciences Cub 

* Geographical Association 

* History Club 

* Life Sciences Club 

* Psychology S Social Action Club 



Sodal/Cultural 
Organizations 



* IO% Alliance and Allies 

* Amigos 

* Culture in Effect (CIE) 

* ESC Dance Cub 

* Hillel (Jewish Organization) 

* International Students' Union (ISU) 

* Newman Association 

* Ski Club 

* Student Union Activities Board (SUAB) 

* United Voices of Praise (Gospel Choir) 



Club 
Sports 



* Men's Lacrosse 

* Women's Lacrosse 

* Men's Rugby 

* Women's Rugby 



Organizations 



* Black & Sold Orientation Leaders 

* MASSPIRG 



Honor 
Societies 



* Alpha Upsilon Alpha (Reading) 

* Beta Beta Beta (Biology) 

* Alpha Lambda Delta (First Year Honor 
Society) 

* Kappa Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi 
(Education) 

* Nursing Honor Society 

* Omicron Delta Epsflon (Economics) 

* Phi Upsilon Omicron (Family & Consumer 
Sciences) 

* Pinnacle (Adult Student Society) 
*Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish) 
*Sigma Tau Delta (English) 



Special Interest/Media 
Organizations 



* Amnesty International 

* CHOICES (Choosing Healthy Options In 
College Experiences) 

* Christian Fellowship 

* Class Officers 

* DIAL (Yearbook) 

* The Gatepost (Newspaper) 

* Hilltop Players (Theater Group) 

* IRTS-AERho (Broadcasting Society) 

* Onyx (Art S Literary Publication) 

* Residence Hall Association (RHA 

* Students for a Free Tibet 1SFT) 

* Student Government Association (SGA 
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Corinne Hall Towers stands as 
the tallest point in Framingfiam, 



Traffic is a bit slow in t(he lobby of D'comor H 



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Hemenway Hall the place where most everyone will have a 
class at some point in their FSC career. 



May Hall the first building of FSC, 
built in 1839. 




The Chapel (below), where many 
FSC students get holy once a week. 



This lecture hall is often filled with FSC students looking to expand 
their scientific knowledge. 




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Framingham State College 

institutes a wonderful 

campus atmosphere while 

maintaining an academically 

challenging curriculum. 
With big campus opportuni- 
ties on a small campus lay- 
out, the FSC experience 
proves to be a positive one. 






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2001 Schedule 










Final Record: 20-9. 5-2 MAQCAC 






Day 


Date 


Site 


Opponent 


Time 


Result 


Saturday 


9/8 


Home 


Babson 


11:00 am 


L 1-3 


Thursday 


9/6 


Away 


UMass-Boston 


6:00 


W 3-2 


Saturday 


9/8 


Home 


Wentworth 


11:00 am 


W 3-0 


Thursday 


9/13 


Home 


Regis 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


9/15 


Aw/ay 


Anna Maria 


11:00 am 


W 3-1 


Monday 


9/17 


Home 


Emerson 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Wednesday 


9/19 


Home 


Suffolk 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Friday 


9/21 


Home 


Newbury 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Wednesday 


9/26 


Home 


'Bridgewater State 


7:00 


L 1-3 


Friday 


9/28 


Neutral 


UMass-Dartmouth 


5:30 


L 1-3 


Friday 


9/28 


Away 


IRhode Island College 


7:30 


L 0-3 


Saturday 


9/29 


Meutral 


Regis 


12:30 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


9/29 


Neutral 


Anna Maria 


2:30 


W 3-0 


Tuesday 


IO/2 


Home 


Becker 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Thursday 


IO/4 


Home 


Pine Manor 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


IO/6 


Neutral 


'Massachusetts Maritime 


Noon 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


IO/6 


Away 


"Fitchburg State 


Noon 


W 3-0 


Tuesday 


IO/9 


Home 


Simmons 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


IO/I3 


Neutral 


'Westfield State 


11:00 am 


L 0-3 


Saturday 


IO/I3 


Away 


'Worcester State 


llrOO am 


W 3-0 


Tuesday 


IO/I6 


Away 


Johnson & Wales 


7:00 


L 1-3 


Thursday 


IO/18 


Away 


Western New England 


7:00 


L 1-3 


Saturday 


10/20 


Away 


"Massachusetts College 


1:00 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


10/20 


Neutral 


Pine Manor 


1:00 


W 3-2 


Tuesday 


IO/23 


Home 


UMass-Dartmouth 


7:00 


L 2-3 


Thursday 


IO/25 


Home 


'Salem State 


7:00 


W 3-1 


Friday 


IO/26 


Home 


Rivier 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Wednesday 


IO/3I 


Home 


#Worcester State 


7:00 


W 3-0 


Saturday 


11/3 


Neutral 


Westfield State 


2:00 


L 0-3 


! - Rhode Island College 


Tournanent 




* - MASCAC Match # - MASCAC Tournament 





IFoa&iMraiEii&M 




WOMEN S t MENS 



4 ■& CROSS COUNTRY 



2001 Women's Cross Country 

Erica Costelo Jennette Houston 

Sossi Essajanian Erin Kulig 

Kirn Gagliardi Jennifer Nolan 

Nicole Gagliardi Joy Sadler 



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200I Mens Cross Country 

Liam Murnanne Peter Brandwein 

Head Coach: Rich Chesmore 
Captains: Kim Gagliardi. Nicole Gagliardi 
Athletic Trainer: Lisa Ayles 









iFiAiMinifflaiiiAiMi 

o ogs) FOOTBALL 




FramJngten State Cdtege 
2OOIFootba0 

Record: 2-7, 2-4 N9FC Bogzn DMstoa 2-4 MASCAC 

Players: #2 - Ray Brady. #3 - Abe Bascon. #4 - Richard Joslin. 

#5 - Luke Callahan. #6 - Chris Reale. #7 - Joseph Grondell. #8 - Sharif Robinson. 

#9 - Matthew Mearn. #IO - Eric Mounsey, #13 - Miguel Sanchez. 

#14 - Christopher Rich. #16 - Eric Richter. #17 - David Armstrong. 

#20 - Paul Charron. #21 - Ron Sposato, #24 - Kamel Khnaizir. 

#25 - Aaron Best. #27 - Nelson Penney. #30 - Peter Postoian. 

#32 - Ethan Hamilton. #34 - Jonathan Costa. #41 - Michael Gagnon. 

#45 - Bill Maylor, #46 - Daryll Gatie. #50 - Johan Lang. #51 - James Spoon. 

#52 - Eric Guilmette. #53 - Jonathan Souza. #54 - George Lopez. 

#55 - Justin Tourangeau. #56 - Justin Volpe. #58 - Tom Beaudoin. 

#59 - Joseph Turner. #60 - Richard Gadoury. #62 - AJ. lacono. 

#64 - Scott Wolfe. #67 - Mark Choate. #69 - Kyle Kelly. %70 - John Fiedler, 

#72 - Ben Peiimutter. #74 - Robert Kairnes. #75 - Sean Biadasz. 

^77 - Andrew Bulk. #78 - Pat Chase. #88 - Patrick Sheehan. 

#92 - J. Travis Mailc 
Mike Strachan. 

Anthony Jodice. Craig Korowski. Dennis 
Mannone. Tom Kelley. Michael Swain. Dean 
O'Connor. Aex Tarpey. Steve Cummings. and 
Steve Jordan. 

Abe Bascon. Daryll Gatie. Luke Callahan. A J. 
lacono. and Richard Joslin. 
Melissa Ansley. 
Lisa Ayles. 

Kevin Pickering, and Steve Mekervis. 
Damon Amato. 



Head Coach: 
Assistant Coaches. 



Team Captains. 



Team Manager: 
Head Athletic Trainer: 
Assistant Athletic Trainers: 
Qtudent Athletic Trainer: 



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200ISchodute 




Day 


Date 


Site 


Opponent 


Result 


Saturday 


9/8 


Home 


Rtchburg State College 


L 21-35 


Saturday 


9/15 


Away 


Curry College 


L 14-38 


Saturday 


9/22 


Home 


Bridgewater State College 


W 17-13 


Saturday 


9/29 


Away 


Westf feld State College 


L 20-37 


Saturday 


IO/6 


Away 


Fitchburg State College 


L 15-26 


Saturday 


IO/I3 


Home 


Worcester State College 


L 7-56 


Saturday 


10/20 


Away 


Western Mew England College 


L 21-57 


Saturday 


IO/27 


Worne 


Mass Maritime Academy 


W 45-20 


Saturday 


11/3 


Away 


Maine Maritime Academy 


L 15-29 


Saturday 


ll/IO 


Away 


*Worcester State College 





Mew England Football Conference Championship 




v/ 



#62 - AG (ACONO fLESTS 
DUWN6 A TIME OUT. 




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CC(_OC«(M(SE) 

#2 - fe-Ay feftADAy, 

#5 - Luke Callawam, 

#3- TO &EAft.y, 

#6 - OUSTIW ToUftANGGAU, 
#8 - (JnI£>GNTE(ED, 

#62 - A.O. (acomo, 
#78 - &oe> Karnes, 

#7 - OOE GfLONDELL, 

#4 - te_(c«y Oos(_(N 





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FIELD HOCKEY 




No. 



Framfngham State College 
200I Field Hockey 



Name 



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Megan Johnson 










#2 


Kristine White 










#3 


Desiree Rainville 










#4 


Julie Burma 










#5 


Jody Lussier 




Wead Coach: 


Stephanie Bunker 


#6 


AAarie Deletti 






Athletic 


Trainer: Lisa Ayles 


#7 


Jordan LaFosse 










#IO 


Jennifer Baudanza 










#12 


Elizabeth Britton 










#13 


Samantha Lord 










#14 


Jamie Shannon 










#15 


Amanda Seely 










#16 


Laura Shoemaker 










#21 


Wollybeth Plowman 










#22 


Gina Marie Baker 








■ 


2001 Scoring Leaders 






■ 




GP G 


A 


Pfc£ 


De 




Julie Burna 


17 4 


2 


IO 


o 




Jody Lusder 


17 4 


4 


12 


o 




Kristine White 


16 2 


1 


5 


o 




Dedree Rainville 


17 2 


O 


4 


o 


Goalkeeplng Leader 


Laura Shoemaker 


16 2 


O 


4 


o 


Megan Johnson 


Jamie Shannon 


17 1 


2 


4 


o 


II90 Minutes 


Marie Deletti 


17 O 


O 


O 


o 


W-L 3-14 


Jennifer Baudanza 17 O 


O 


O 


o 


GGA 2.82 


Elizabeth Britton 


17 O 


2 


2 


o 


2H 2 


Samantha Lord 


13 O 


O 


O 


o 


2V 142 


Amanda Seely 


16 O 


O 


O 


o 




Hollybeth Plowman 13 O 


o 


O 


o 




Gina Marie Baker 


17 O 


1 


1 


o 




Jordan LaFosse 


2 O 


o 


O 


o 











FIELD HOCKEY 





Amanda Seely 




Heather Morrical 





Megan Johnson 




\*S 




Kristen White 



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#*^1 


WOMEN'S 


20or 


Women's 
Schedule 

Date 


Site 




00D 


SO 


CCER 


C-— v^x v^^ i 








Soccer 








Day 


Opponent 


Time 


Result 


SATUO-DAy 


8/1 




WOME 




AWMA MAftJA 


1:00 


L. 0-1 


Tuesday 


8/4 




AwAy 




SouTHEft.M Maine 


4:30 


(_ 1-2 


Twuft.SDAy 


8/6 




AwAy 




Oohwsom & (aJales 


4:00 


lAJ 2-0 


SATUO-DAy 


8/8 




AwAy 




(J M ASS-GbOSTON 


1:00 


(AJ15-0 


Twuft-SDAy 


8/13 




AwAy 




te-EGIS 


4:00 


Cancelled 


SArurxDAy 


8/15 




AwAy 




WELLESLEy 


1:00 


L 0-2 


MoMDAy 


8/17 




AwAy 




Keewe State 


6:00 


(_ 0-1 


Twuft,sDAy 


8/20 




Wome 




(AlWEATOM 


4:30 


(_ 1-7 


SATUODAy 


8/22 




AwAy 




* Salem State 


2:00 


W 3-2 


Tuesday 


8/25 




AiMAy 




(AlENTWOft-TW 


4:00 


Camcelled 


SATUODAy 


8/28 




AwAy 




♦Massachusetts College 


1:00 


KJ 6-0 


TUESDAY 


10/2 




WOME 




(5.HODE fSLANJD COLLEGE 


4:00 


IM 2-1 


Twuft.sDAy 


10/4 




WOME 




Emdicott 


4:00 


(_ 0-1 


SATUftJ^Ay 


10/6 




AwAy 




*6ft.(DGEWATER- STATE 


1:00 


KJ 3-2 


TUESDAY 


10/8 




fJoUE 




*KJeste(eld State 


4:00 


KJ 4-0 


Tuesday 


10/16 




WOME 




*P(TC«&Uft.G State 


4:00 


KJ 2-0 


Twu<5,sDAy 


10/18 




WOUE 




Elms 


4:00 


Cancelled 


SATU(5J>Ay 


10/20 




WOME 




*(AJot5_cESTEO. State 


2:00 


l\J 3-1 


Wednesday 


10/24 




WOME 




#IaJestpield State 


1:30 


tAJ 1-0 


SUMDAy 


10/28 




4-JoME 




#G>0.(DGEWATEft. STATE 


12:00 


Tied 2-2 4ot 


(aJedmesday 


10/31 




AwAy 




(aJ»ll(Ams College 


1:00 


L 0-8 


•MAfiCAC Match 


# MASCAC Tournament 










200I Scoring Leaders 








200I Goakeeping Leaders 






GP 


G 


A 


Pts 


W-L-T GGA 


sy sy 


Jen Veto 


I5 


IO 


6 


26 








Rebekah Muff 


17 


9 


2 


21 


Kristina Kern IO-7-I 


I.26 6 


95 


Jill Gendron 


17 


4 


7 


15 








Lisa Diamond 


16 


6 


3 


15 








Megan Aucoin 


16 


3 


5 


II 








Kathleen Martin 


15 


3 


I 


6 








Kerri Pelletier 


15 


I 


3 


5 








Kaitlyn Rea 


17 


2 


O 


4 








Kristen Yetman 


17 


I 


2 


4 








Kaitlyn Allison 


7 


I 


I 


3 








Jessica Anderson 


16 


2 


I 


5 


200I Team Scording 




Katie McEvoy 


4 


I 


I 


3 


& 


Gm 


Gl/Gm 


Melisa Yarckin 


17 


O 


O 


O 








Christina Paone 


14 


O 


o 


O 


FSC 44 


I8 


2.44 


Jamie McDonnell 


15 


o 


o 


O 


Opponent 30 


18 


I.67 


Lisa Rideout 


3 


o 


o 


O 








Amy Patnode 


4 


o 


o 


O 








Jill Pavone 


14 


o 


o 


O 








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WOMEN'S 

SOCCER 



PftAMIMGWAM STATE COLLEGE 

2001 (Moments Soccer 



Mo. 

#1 

#2 

#3 

#4 

#6 

#7 

#8 

#3 

#10 

#11 

#12 

#13 

#14 

#15 

#16 

#17 

#18 

#20 

#21 



MAM£ 

«0.(ST(MA «EftAJ 
OEM V/OLO 

OfLL Gewd^om 

MELISA yAO.CJ<(M 
LfSA DfAMONJD 
«A(T(_yM f^EA 
«A(T(_yM ALLISON 
0£SSICA AmDEPLSEN 
CWfUSTfNA PAOME 

Kat(e Mc£uoy 
Megan Auccxn 
Oamie McDommell 

L_(SA ftjDEOUT 

Keogj PE(_(_errea 

KfXfSTEM yETMAM 

Auy Patnode 

f^E&EKAW fJUEE 
KATHLEEN fj Afvnw 
OfLL PAVONE 




Rebekah Huff 




Katie McEvoy 



f4EAD COACU: 
ASST. COACW: 
CAPTAfMS: 

At*4LET(C TftjAlMEft.: 



CWfUSTfNA &E&AS 
OULfE yAM«AUS«AS 
ME6AW AUCOfM, «fUST(NJA KEfi-N, 
AMD CUftJSTfMA PAOME 

Steve Mekepa/js 




Jen Volo 



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T^/F 




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2001 Men 


's 






0( 


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111 


Soc 


















:W 


^mmmsamam 










^^*~>t \t — 












CDC*-Jfc 














Qm 


Pate 




Site 




Opponent 


Time 




Result 




TwuasDAy 


9/6 




f-JOME 




Emerson 


4:00 




L. 


3-4 




SATUOOAy 


9/8 




AwAy 




western Mew England TouawEy Moon 




L. 


1-6 




SUMDAy 


9/9 




AwAy 




Elms College 


Moon 




(_ 


2-6 




TUESDAy 


9/18 




AwAy 




Oownson & (Males 


4:00 




(_ 


3-5 




MOMDAy 


9/24 




4-JOME 




AL&E(vrus Magnus 


4:30 




(\l 


1-0 




TwurxsDAy 


9/27 




WOME 




Suffolk 


4:00 




T 


1-1 




SATUft-DAy 


9/29 




WOME 




♦Massachusetts College Moon 




(_ 


0-3 




TUESDAy 


10/2 




AwAy 




Anna Mawa 


4:00 




KJ 


3-2 




SATUR-DAy 


10/6 




WOME 




*G>(5JDGEWATEfL STATE 


11:00 




L 


1-4 




TUESDAy 


10/9 




AwAy 




*I\]este(eld State 


7:00 




L 


1-6 




TVlUft.SDAy 


10/11 




WOME 




Cuft.ay 


4:00 




T 


2-2 




SATUfi-OAy 


10/13 




WOME 




♦Massachusetts Mawtime 10=30 




T 


3-3 




TUESDAy 


10/16 




AwAy 




*E(Tcw&ufi-G State 


7:00 




(_ 


1-5 




TwuasDAy 


10/18 




AwAy 




(J M ASS-GbOSTON 


3:30 




L 3-7 




SATUIXDAy 


10/20 




AwAy 




*(\Ioft.cESTEft. State 


10:00 




(_ 


1-7 




MONDAy 


10/22 




WOME 




Dan (el KlE&sTEft. 


3:30 




L 


1-2 




(AlEDWESDAy 


10/24 




AwAy 




MEiM&ua.y 


3:30 




(_ 2-6 




SATur5x>Ay 


10/27 




WOME 




* Salem State 


3:00 




(_ 4-6 




*MASCAC Match 


# MASCAC Tournament 
















200I Scoring Leaders 








200I Goalkeeping Leaders 












GP 


G 


A 


Pts 




W-L-T 


GGA 


SM 


< 


5V 


Ean LorfmGr 


17 


8 


3 


19 


Thomas Wansbury 


O-l-O 


4.46 


O 




7 


Jason Corsino 


18 


9 


3 


21 


Curtis Kingsley 


2-3-0 


3.I2 


o 




40 


Kurt Silvia 


18 


8 


3 


19 


Mick Lettic 


0-8-3 


4.38 


o 




62 


Tim McCormack 


15 


2 


2 


6 


Ean Lorimer 


O-l-O 


3.3I 


o 




15 


Ben Chamas 


8 


O 


O 


O 














Mark Augustyniak 


(4 


2 


O 


4 














Matthew Faherty 


18 


3 


I 


7 














Chad Kendall 


16 


O 


2 


2 














Takaaki Eguchi 


14 


O 


O 


O 














Ralph LeVeille 


(5 


O 


O 


O 






!vi\\ r 


[*n\ 






Takuro Shimada 


18 


O 


I 


I 






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Ricardo Cano 


17 


O 


O 


O 






**\ 'T / 


•7/ 






Curtis Kingsley 


16 


O 


o 


O 












I 


Greg Hylander 


18 


O 


I 


I 












! 
I 


Ryan Murphy 


16 


O 


I 


I 












j 


Mick Lettic 

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13 


O 


o 


O 















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MEN'S 

SOCCER 




Poamcmgwam State 



Greg Hylander 




2001 Mew's SoccEft. 



Mo. Mame 

#0 TWOMAS f4AMSG>Uft-y 

#1 M(c« (_ett(c 

#2 C^AD kENJOALL 

#4 K(Jft.T Sr(_vy(A 

#8 Goeg 4-Iy(_AMDerL 

#11 Takaa«( Egucwi 

#12 T(MOT<-jy McCo(5.maci< 

#13 MAP.K AUGUSTyM(A« 

#16 TAKUPLO S<-JfMADA 

#17 MATTWEW PAWEfVTy 

#18 EAKJ L-OfUMEP- 

#20 PjcAfLoo Camo 

#21 CUft.T(S «IN6SL£y 

#22 fe.yAN Muftpwy 

#23 Oasom Ca^sjmo 



f4&AD CoAC<-J: 
ASST. CoACW 
MAMA6EP.: 
ATf4C£T(C Tf^JMEO-: 



Steve Sy«Es 

G)(5.IAM LlMWEWAN 
KJeS CoMMELLy 
«EV/fNJ P(C«EfUN<S 



Curtis Kingeley 



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WOMEN'S 

BASKETBALL 



Framingham State College 60. WPI 57 

Janice Coppolino. a junior from Andover. had 17 points and 4 assists. Coppolino also picked up 16 boards. 9 of which were 
offensive. Jill Gendron also had a big game, scoring II and picking up 5 assists. 

FSC 79. Johnson and Wales 65 

Kathy Lynch of Norwood had a tremendous game, pouring in 16 points and grabbing II boards. Kathy was one of 3 Rams to pick 
up a double-double that night. Janice Coppolino scored 15 and picked up 14 rebounds. Pia Bertone-Gross scored IO points and 

grabbed IO off the glass. 

F£C8I./V\CLA46 

Coppolino once again led the way scoring 14 points and grabbing IO boards. Bertone-Gross also had a big night and scored 16 

off the bench. 

FSC 81. Worcester State College 66 

Coppolino scored 17 points and pulled down 18 rebounds. Kathy Lynch scored 14 points and grabbed 8 boards. Hilary Glynn 

scored 15 and grabbed 7 rebounds. 




(Back) Assistant Coach John Case, Assistant Coach Jm Hurley. Jess Whitney. Megan Aucoin. 

Janice Coppolino. Pia Bertone-Gross. Kathy Lynch. Tammy Powers. Kelly Donovan. Jill 
Gendron. and Head Coach Jm GaBivan. (Front) katie Kennedy. Hilary Glynn. Colleen Kennedy. 

Kim Harria. Tia Manchuso. and Kaitlyn Rea. 



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WOMEN'S 

BASKETBALL 




#24 Janice 

Coppolino 

takes a shot! 




Seniors: Kim Harris. Megan Aucoin. and 
Kethy Lynch 





Megan Aucoin with parents 



Kim Harris with parents 





Kathy Lynch with parents 



Captains IL to Rl: Hilary Glynn. Kathy 
Lynch, and Janice Copolino. 



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MEN'S 

BASKETBALL 



Framingham State College 67. MCLA 66 

A free throw with 1.5 seconds on the clock by Dorcester's 

Chris Feeney was the difference in the 6th win of the season for 

the FSC Rams as they beat the MCLA AAohawks 67-66. 

Eric Taylor led the way for the Rams picking up II points 

and 9 boards on the victory. Freshman Ralph Sully also had a big 

game with 12 points and 4 boards 



FSC69.WPI48 

The night marked both the opening of the new Athletic and Recreation 

Facility at FSC. and head coach Don Spellman's first win behind the bench. Ram's 

senior Jason Robbins dominated the game from the start. Me finished the night 

with 24 points. 3 rebounds. 6 assists and 7 steals. Sophomore Mark O'Keefe. 

was the other big scorer and went 4 of 5 from the field including 2 of 2 from 3 

point land to pick up II points. 




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Receiving 2nd Place in the MASCAC Tournament for the Merc Basket- 
ball Team: Jason Robbins. Steve Collettes. and Timmy CMalley. 



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BASKETBALL 




Jason Bobbins and Rim O'Malley 
pose after a game. 



#12 Chris Feeny guarding against a 
Worcester State shot. 





#31 Anthony Faradie and #12 Chris 

Feeney ready themselves for the 

Worcester State approach. 



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HOCKEY 



2001-2002 Wockey Numerical Roster 



Mo. 


Name 


#1 


Chris Pelley 


#2 


Chris LeBlanc 


#3 


David Earl 


#4 


Franky McKlaulty 


#5 


John Stabile 


#8 


Roger LeBlanc 


#9 


Bill Burke 


#IO 


Dan Richard 


#11 


Josh Giantosos 


#12 


Mat Anderson 


#13 


Chris Venezia 


#14 


Rick Belmonte 


#16 


Daniel Nelson 


#17 


Jason Bastien 


#19 


Joe Horges 


#22 


P.J. Massey 


#23 


Andrew Krantz 


#24 


Jesse Ferguson 


#27 


Steve Tocci 


#29 


Steve Thompson 


#30 


Steve Badera 


#35 


Paul Morgan 



Captains: John Stabile. Bill Burke 

Nead Coach: BobLavin 

Assistant Coaches: Karl Infanger, Walter Sullivan 



#9. Bill Burke, waits for a pass 'f i 
to take a shot on goal. I 





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FACULT/ 

STAFF, «>r>cl 
AWJNESTWTION 





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Dr. Helen L. Heineman, President 





The Times 

they are a Changin' 

As the early retirement push came to Framingham State 
College, many shifts of responsibility occurred on campus. 
At the annual retirement and recognition ceremony held on 
May 20, 2002, the College announced over thirty (30) 
retirements from faculty, staff, and administration. Thus, 
the campus made several announcements regarding 
position changes and promotions. While many of the 
changes were related to retirements, other areas were 
simply adjusted to the changing times and people of 
Framingham State. Effective dates for position changes 
occurred throughout the 2001-02 academic year, and well 
into the summer months of 2002. 




Dr. Arthur Doyle, Vice President 
Academic Affairs 



Administration and Staff changes 

Dr. Patricia Plummer, Associate Vice President for Academic 
Affairs joined the Board of Higher Education as Deputy 
Chancellor for Policy and Planning. 

Dr. Judy Klass, Dean of Undergraduate Education and Academic 
Support Services, was promoted to Associate Vice President for 
Academic Affairs. 

Mr. David Baldwin, Associate Director of Residence Life and 
Housing, will also be working as Coordinator of Multicultural 
Affairs. 

Ms. Adele Downing retired in June, and her role in the Arts and 
Humanities Program will be continued by Mr. Mark Evans, 
Artist-in-Residence. 

Faculty Tenure for 2001-2002 

Dr. Doris Birmingham, Art & Music Department 
Dr. Robert Donohue, Psychology Department 
Professor Jennifer Dowling, Commucniation Arts 
Dr. Michael Wong-Russell, Modern Languages 



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ECONOMICS and BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Seated, left to right: Marie McKinney, Maureen Dunne, Mary Phelan 
Standing, left to right: Martha Meaney, Christine Doyle-Burke, Donald Macritchie, Roger 

Crawford, Shery Wurtzel 



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HERE to HELP 

Professor Sue Dargan of Global Education and the 
Sociology Department gladly assists a student on her 

laptop. 



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NEVER without a CAUSE 

The Sociology Department embraces the high 
energy of Dr. Lucille Lawless. A faculty member 
ready for any community service cause, Dr. 
Lawless leads by her actions in and outside of the 
classroom 



HEAD of the CLASS 

Dr. Cathleen Buydoso, Chair of the Education Department, enthusiastically prepares future 
teachers through Framingham State College's Education Major. 




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ENCOURAGING the HEART 

Who is available for students in good 

times and in bad? Who is advocating for 

student causes? Dean Cynthia Smith 

Forrest, with over fifteen years of 

Framingham State experience. There is no 

better person to care for the concerns of 

students. 





GO TEAM 

An alum and long-time member of the 

Framingham State staff, Athletic Director 

Thomas Kelley cheers alongside the fans at 

any game. A former RAM himself, Mr. Kelley 

brings school spirit to the students he has 

worked with through the years. 





IN the HOUSE 

It's 1:00 a.m., do you know where your 

Resident Director (RD) is? Katherine 'Kat' 

Geoghan meets students on their own turf ... 

the residence halls! Living and working in 

the same place can be a challenge, but Kat 

approaches it all with a smile. 





The Staff 8c Admin make this place! 



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AT the HEART of the MATTER 

Top left: Bonnie Mitchell, Director of 
Library Services 

Top right: Karen McCarthy, 
Administrative Assistant for Student 
Government Association 
Above: Romeo Marquis and Andrea 
Pickles of Academic Technology 

Left: Dr. Scott Greenberg, Dean of 
Graduate and Continuing Education 



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SUPPORTING 

YOU 

through 

THICK 

and THIN 

STUDENT SERVICES @ FSC 

Who is behind the scenes making sure 

students are safe, housed, healthy, and 

ready for fun? The people working in 

Student Services at FSC! Whether it is 

through Health Services or Public 

Safety and Police Services, trained 

administrators and staff provide the 

ingredients for a high quality of life for 

FSC students. 



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STUDENT SERVICES 2001-2002 

Front, left to right: Cynthia Smith Forrest, 

Marie Margulies-Ellias 

Second row, left to right: Rachel Lucking, 

Glenn Cochran, Rita Sheppard, Julie Bell- 

Elkins, Chief Brad Medeiros and Angeline 

Lopes. 
Not pictured: Carol Spector 




COUNSELING CENTER STAFF 2001-2002 
Seated left to right: Kim Charneski, Marie 

Margulies-Ellias 

Second row, left to right: Betsy Mulligan, Ryan 

Pickrell, Amy Nester, Dolores Dorsey, Roe 

Kolanowski 
Back row, left to right: Paul Welch, Jesse Harmon 

OFFICE FOCUS ... HERE to HELP 

The Framingham State Counseling Center is 

a free service available to all students on 

campus. Whether your course load was 

driving you crazy, or problems at home 

were not far from your thoughts, the staff 

has always welcomed many faces through 

their doors on the fifth floor of the College 

Center. 



CONNECTIONS witfi the DID av\d NEW ,„ 
ALMMNI & DEVELOPMENT 

The Development and Alumni Relations Office provides support for alumni events, as 
well as resources for developing funds for the College. Whether it's homecoming or 
reunion weekend, the Office works with alums of Framingham State to coordinate fun 
events for the former students. Through telefund, current students call upon alumnus to 
donate funds to special projects or scholarships. Either way, the Office believes in the 
past, present and future of FSC. 




CALLING for A BETTER TOMORROW ... Telefund Crew 

First row: Lois Oak, Administrative Assistant 

Second row, left to right: Amy McRae, Tim Butler, Christine Bates; Third row, left to right: Kristy 
Hargreaves, Kerry Lynch, Jan Marie Belliveau, Katie Augusti, Melissa Jorge, Lisa Wackrow, Marissa 
Jones, Joan Kelly (staff); Back row, left to right: Trace Buckner, Julie Razzaboni 



"... Our suppliant pray'r till time our 
chain shall sever, 

Will ever be: 'Live to the Truth' " 



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CHRISTA 
CORRIGAN 
McAULlFFE 
CENTER 



As teacher, Mission 
Specialist, andFramingham 
State College alumna, 
Christ a Corrigan McAuliffe 
has inspired both students 
and educators for nearly 
two decades. The McAuliffe 
Center was established to 
honor her commitment to 
education by providing 
exciting science and math 
programs, all closely based 
on the Massachusetts Sci- 
ence and Technology/ 
Engineering Curriculum 
Frameworks. 

The Challenger Learning 
Center is the McAuliffe 
Center's best-known 
program. In full-size 



mockups of both Houston's 
Mission Control and a space 
station interior, middle- 
school students apply the 
principles of physical 
science to the real-time 
challenges of a simulated 
space flight. 

The McAuliffe Center is 
located on the FSC campus 
in O'Connor Hall. 



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&30 am Classes 

Wireless Laptops 

Mid-term exams 

All Ntehters 

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WIRELESS 
LAPTOPS 
CONNECT 
STUDENTS at FSC 

Framingham State College 

continued to phase 

technology into the 

classroom, as more courses 

required wireless laptops 

for students. The initiative 

marks part of the wireless 

campus vistion of Dr. 

Arthur Doyle, Vice 

President for Academic 

Affairs. Dr. Doyle and 

other Framingham 

administrators and faculty, 

hope to have wireless 

laptops in the hands of all new student by the fall of 2002. Once the program is 

'rolled out', Framingham State College will be the first public college to require laptops of 

all entering students, and most importantly, have technology overwhelmingly present in 

the classroom. 





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•Hei^emaK\ observes. 



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laptops for course work. 

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Center for Academic Support 

and Advising (CASA) meets the 

needs of all students seeking 

academic support ... whether 

through tutoring or special 

programs. Located in the South 

Pierce Annex, CASA has been a 

staple to undergraduates at FSC 

for a few years now. From the 

Writing and Math Centers, to 

general advising, CASA 

provided professional staff 

dedicated to student's academic 

challenges. Students were also 

able to have computer access 

and subject tutoring throughout 

the 2001-2002 academic year. 



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SEEKING an 'A PLUS' 

Staff member Carol Murphy works with students in the PLUS 
(Program Leading to Undergraduate Success) Program. 




Center for Academic Support and Advising 

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McAuliffe Awards Ceremony 2001 
1 




A McAuliffe Scholar embraces the 

special teacher' acknowledged in her 

essay. 



Each year the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center 

awards seven scholarships to qualifying 

Framingham State College undergraduates. Award 

decisions are based upon a careful review of the 

academic and special talents of each candidate. 

At the annual McAuliffe Scholar dinner, 

scholarship winners are recognized through a 

reception, dinner and ceremony. Winners have the 

opportunity to present an essay related to an 

outstanding teacher' from their life. 

Additionally, Ms. Grace Corrigan, mother of 

Christa McAuliffe is present to 

congratulate the recipients. 





2001 McAuliffe Scholars with Ms. 
Grace Corrigan (center). 



Christopher Turnbull, McAuliffe 
Scholar 2001-2002. 



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ANDft-EW feo-PTI-MAftJMO, 

1983-2001 



Everything Fve heard about these 
students from their professors is that 
they were good kids. They were good] 
students, that there was tremendous 
potential here. 

-Dr. Helen Heineman -The Gatepost, Nov. 30, 2001 



No Photo 
Available 




1381-2001 



He was not only a wonderful kid, 
but someone who would have made 
a very fine man and a wonderful 
contribution to the world. His life 

TRAGEDY @ FSC 1 ■ wag cu j. s h or {- „ Carol Handley, Eric's mother - 

Before the Thanksgiving m \ 7 NT Qn onni 

. & f |l T/ze Gatepost, Nov., 30, 2001 

holiday, Frammgham State lost 

two young students. Eric 

Tyner and Andrew Botti- 

Marino passed away while 

staying with friends in Boston. The College honored their lives with a 

Memorial service on Monday December 3 , in the Ecumenical Center. 

Both students were noted as intelligent, friendly, and great guys. 



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It happens every Friday at Framingham State. ..The Gatepost 
hits the stands, and people around campus are found with 
noses buried in the paper. The paper covers various types 
of events, but always captures the true picture of 
Framingham State. Special thanks to The Gatepost for 
permission to reprint. 




What was the most memorable 
thing that happened to you at FSC 
this year? 



Playing Strip Poker on the first day 

of school. 

-Joe De Vincentis, Freshmen 



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I don't care how much money 

they spend, I just want the toilets 

to flush. We all know what 

happens when they don't. 

Jim McKeever, on automatic flush toilets in 

the residence halls. 



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"We all ike to complain. You can deny it all you want, 
but once in awhile you cannot help but let one slip 
out of your mouth." 

-Kristine Padilla, Interim Opinion Editor, 
The Gatepost, October 5, 2001 



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I can't live without my computer 
and TV. I have a lot of posters - 
sports and drinking ones ... and 
my recliner chair - can't live with- 
out that!" 

-Kevin Cronk, on what he must have 
in his dorm room, to make it comfy. 



** 




What do you like most about 
the new gym? 



Tt's free and there's a lot of 

girls.' 

-George Lopez, 

Sophomore 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE ENTIRE 



ART 

Michael Annantuonio 
Szilvia Balogh 
Nathalie Desrosiers 
Jonathan R. Farcly 
Heidi D. Fjeldheim 
Adam V. Hageman 
Yodo Hirabayashi 
Jennifer L. Hutchins 
Mark A. Ishak 
Veronica M. Johansson 
Robin F. Jordan 
Paul E. Mahoney 
Karly J. Maier 
Asami Mochizuki 
Brenda V. O'Rourke 
Jamie N. Pecore 
Stacey L Philibert 
Barry A. Rudner 
Daigo Suto 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 

Chris G. Alexis 
Christopher K. Alphen, Jr. 
Luigi Amabile, Jr. 
Melissa A. Avelar 
Alfred I. Azar 
Stephan M. Badera 
Taryn L. Balducci 
Angela N. Barker 
Brian F. Bedard 
Ryan T. Burns 



Kyle J. Cabral 

Eileen A. Carranza 

Shou S. Chiu 

Fatou Cisset 

Thomas M. Clancy 

Laura J. Coffey 

Geoffrey A. Coffin 

Jeff A. Connolly 

James L. Cooke 

Daniel M. Devane 

Brenda A. Dever 

Kristen M. Dewey 

Angela DiNardo 

Robert J. Doherty 

Allison E. Donaher 

Jennifer L Doncaster 

Dillon R. Durocher 

Jean A. Fair 

Michelle D. Falter 

Jason R. Firth 

Sara M. Fuentes 

Teresa M. Gallagher 

Matthew M. Garretson 

Jocelyn L Gonsalves 

Christopher J. Gooch 

Adam R. Goulet 

Keith F. Hadayia 

Joanne M. Halstead-Cannady 

Christian A. Henricksen 

Joey C. Ho 

Kathleen M. Huard 

Delroy Jones 

Jeneve R. Jones 

Osei Belal A. Kabbara 

Matthew J. Kearney 

Kurt F. Kitzmann 



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GRADUATING CLASS OF MM 



Eva S. Klein 
Ryoma Komuro 
Tracy J. Landry 
Bruce S. LeBlanc 
Deborah M. LeBlanc 
Luciano Leone 
David B. Lotter 
Kathleen A. Lynch 
Ross D. MacLennan 
Paul E. MacLure 
Ryan T. Madden 
Rachel A. Marquis 
Taiki Matsumoto 
George H. Meeker 
Gregg M. Merloni 
Lisa L. Moller 
Matthew P. Morin 
Christina D. Munro 
Adam P. Nash 
Wan T. Ng 
Robert F. Peltoma 
Lisa M. Phillipo 
Jill M. Porcaro 
Christopher F. Rabidou 
Melissa E. Renaud 
Stephen J. Ryan 
Elise J. Sanchez 
Christopher J. Santillo 
Anthony G. Serra 
Charles L Simmons, Jr. 
Amy L. St. Clair 
Christopher E. Thompson 
Jerilyn A. Thurston 
Jonathan F. Townsend 
Shannon M. Vito 
Tanya M. Whooley 
Melissa A. Wojtkowiak 



Helen Xie 
Joseph A. Yarckin 
Anna Yong 

BIOLOGY 

Christine M. Bloomer 
Christina J. Bradl 
Michael . Calderone 
Paxton C. Clausen 
Sotirios Dayanis 
Dirson D. De Mesquita, Jr. 
Christiana M. Hardy 
Stacy C. Johnson 
Stacey A. LaRiviere 
Marc. L. Listewnik 
Cory E. Morgan 
David Nelson 
Joanne M. Nicholson 
Richard G. O'Brien 
Deirdre J. Osborne 
Alison M. Parent 
Virginia C. Rainville 
Rebecca Richer 
Stephanie J. Sauls 
Tina Seekri 
Amy L. Soucy 
Stacey L. Thibault 
Rebecca L. Tibets 
Naoko Wada 
Edward R. Whitaker 




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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE ENTIRE 



CONSUMER & FAMILY 
STUDIES 

Jennifer J. Chirgwin 
Katherine A. Choquette 
Jaime D. Gibian 
Meghan E. O'Reilly 
Carolyn W. Peterson 
Shauna D. Smollin 
Michelle L Woloski 



CHEMISTRY 

Rebecca M. Barker 
Stacey A. Benotti 
Eva V. Longo 
Cherilee Zink 



COMMUNICATION 



ARTS 



Sandra N.S. Anim 
Jennifer M. Arra 
Megan M. Barrett 
Heidi Bessette 
Maria M. Boverini 
Cassiano Brandao 
Jennifer Butterworth 
Kristen L Callahan 
Cori L Callinan 
Nicole J. Campbell 
Paul A. Cedrone 
Kerry A. Clarke 
Jean C. Connally 



Darlene L Crowley 

Paul Cummings 

Kelly A. DeCollibus 

Kimberly C. DeCollibus 

Jose D. Delgado 

Konstantinos Diamantopoulous 

Kathryn M. Donofree 

Tricia E. Engelhardt 

Patricia M. Evans 

Rachel L. Foster 

Thomas Frugier 

Kyoko Fukuda 

Jennifer A. Gadbois 

Jeffrey P. Grupposo 

Katherina Guttman 

Derek G. Hirons 

Daniel B. Holmes 

Charles M. Johnson 

Matthew J. Kennedy 

Kamel J. Khnaizir 

Nick Ross Lettic 

Megan E. Machnik 

Karen M. MacKinnon 

Maggie Maginnis 

Lauren M. Marcus 

James J. Marine III 

Catherine C. McHugh 

James M. McMullin 

Carey A. McPherson 

Erica S. Metrick 

Julie-Ann Mina 

Marie E. Miscia 

Jennifer Munoz 

Janine A. Nappi 

Christina M. Nesbitt 



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Rating class of 200? 

Catherine A. Pereira ^^ I J VJV J J 

. . .. __ A re A Ovata mm ^ W ^~ 



Catherine A. Pereira 
Monika Raesch 
Erin E. Reardon 
Justin R. Redden 
Nichole M. Richard 
Diomary's Rodriguez 
Susan A. Small 
Michael T. Spath 
Erin M. Sprinkle 
Nyisha M. Themea 
Amy J. Van Wagoner 
Christopher S. Wilson 
Jeffrey A. Wuller 
Angela Lynn Ziegler 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

Randall E. Adams 
Michael P. Archambeault 
Jeffrey D. Bazinet 
Nathan J. Callahan 
Elisabeth J. Cederberg 
Jennifer A. Durkin 
Richard F. Faucette 
Christopher J. Giannini 
Gina Marie Giuliano 
David I. Goldovt Ryzhenkov 
Itixa Goyal 

Jared M. Greenwald 
David L Griffeth, Jr. 
Paul J. Langlois 
Bruce R. Laquidara 
Eryk Lau 
Ralph L Lepore 
David B. Lucas 
Jose Antonio Marques 
Timothy J. McKinnon 
Kathyrn L. Newcomb 



Alice A. Oyata 
Sergey A. Pyuro 
Sherry A. Ross 
Daryl C. Stever 
Matthew D. Stockbridge 
Yuichi Takada 
Cassandra D. Tucker 
Michael S. Zinkus 

CLOTHING & TEXTIL£S 

Jennifer A. Akoury 
Tracy L. Bridge 
YingMei Cheung 
Ann L. Chiras 
Annemarie S. Cooke 
Michael J. Desmond 
Stephanie L. Driscoll 
Marisa C. Flomp 
Makiko Fuda 
Arienne E. Haesche 
Amanda L. Jones 
Margaret F. Keevan 
Jacquelyn J. King 
Alyson R. Levine 
Kimberly R. Martelli 
Angela I. Nelson 
Gary M. Oliver 
Melissa S. Seamon 
Kimberly R. Segal 
Francesca A. Seniti 
Victoria C. Shelton 
Rie Shinkai 
Kimberly A. Stapleton 
Kaori Tojo 
Aisha L. Toney 
Amanda R. Wagner 
Cristina M. Willette 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE ENTIRE 



EARLY CHILDHOOD 
EDUCATION 

Aimee J. Cormier 
Sara L. Cunningham 
Lisa A. Duquette 
Andrea M.H. L'Esperance 
Linda M. Labo 
Jamee L. Murphy 
Annelie K. Nygren 
Kalliope Pantazopoulos 
Jessica M. Saporetti 
Stephanie B. Shapiro 
Erin C. Sullivan 
Gail M. Weiss 
Sarah B. Welch 



EL£MEISfTARY 
EDUCATION 

Lauren K. Ambrose 
Julie A. Bear 
Monique M. Boivin 
Nicholas A. Botelho 
Lori J. Brennan 
Gail N. Brown 
Marissa C. Carli 
Melissa A. Chiasson 
Trasee L. Clayborne 
Shauna L. Dickey 
Lynn A. Gingras 
Alicia M. Haley 
Laura L Hickey 



Bobbi J. Maunsell 
Christina M. Paone 
Taryn L. Rancatore 
Susan J. Taraborelli 
Vicki Walker 
Jaclyn D. White 

ENGLISH 

Alexis L. Arakelian 
Peter E. Brandwein 
Noah A. Clawson 
Michael T. Corbett 
Amanda L. Czarnec 
Allison B. Daley 
Pamela J. Davis 
Christina E. Dowd 
Mary C. Foyle 
Erin M. Gallagher 
Patricia E. Ginnetti 
Joshua A. Gray 
Jennifer A. Haley 
Maria T. Haley 
Kate A. Harrington 
Cynthia A. Hickey 
Andrea Johnson 
Rebecca M. Jones 
Michelle M. Kealey 
James P. Kearney 
Christine M. Lee 
Sarah J. Lesselbaum 
Stephen A. MacLeod 
Adam C. Marks 
Megan M. McAuliffe 



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Jessica S. McCormack 
Julie M. Molan 
Jessica L Montgomery 
Caitlin P. O'Connor-Viera 
Kristine M. Padilla 
Sandra M. Picard 
Jennier L Pisini 
Lynn A. Porter 
Lauren Eileen Rasetta 
Casie L. Richardson 
Aubrey S. Rocheleau 
Cheryl L Saletnik 
Christina C. Strieby 
Justin C. Tumeinski 
Jenny L. Webster 

ECONOMICS 

Marcia E. Coker 
Arlene B. Dunkelbarger 
Sara M. Foster 
Erik Granstrom 
Eduardo G. de Lima 
Jarret B. Miller 
Karen A. Sullivan 
Suzanne M. Thornton 
Daniel N. Uthoff 

FOOD & NUTRITION 

Sharon E. Alves 
Rachel P. Anderson 
Catherine J. Brittain 
Lisa M. Clairmont 
Katherine S. Cody 
Jennifer L Dailey 
Janet C. Field 



Kimberly A. Groves 
Nao Kato 
Kevin R. Kuthan 
Kathryn D. Lundquist 
Kathleen M. Perkins 
Rebecca L. Richard 
Henry Rodriguez 
Breana B. Scott 
Heidi M. Semenchuk 
Carrie A. Tavares 
Elise M. Whitney 
Melissa R. Zuppe 

FOOD SCIENCE 

John E. Ciarametaro 
Shawn E. Diotte 
Karin M. Green 

GEOGRAPHY 

Amy L. Aho 
Sean P. Buckley 
Cheryl A. Condry 
Sean S. Dailey 
Brian D. Egnitz 
Jeffrey H. Gammon 
Matthew P. Giacalone 
Susan N. Hansen 
Christopher A. Hendricks 
Keigo Ikeda 
Miki Matsuo 
Jennifer S. McCleary 
Akane Onda 
Gordon E. Sheek 
Sarah A. Young 



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ONGRATULATION 



S TO THE ENTIRI 



HISTORY 

Phillip G. Evans 
Caroline H. Gerbick 
Jonathan M. Itzkowitz 
Stephen M. Jordan 
Brian D. Kraby 
Ryan C. McKeen 
Paul J. Moriarty 
Gordon A. Pratt, Jr. 
Alison B. Siemiatkaska 
Brianne M. Sullivan 
Thomas L Walsh, Jr. 



INIERDISIPUNARY 
STUDIES 

Amanda L. Ezzo 
Penelope J. Fuller 
Holly K. Kurth 
Lynne M. Ruchalski 

LIBERAL STUDIES 

Robert J. Cusack 

Mary L. Kelly 

Linda Kimball 

Walter Kolosky 

Pamela A. Marecek Ricker 

MATHEMATICS 

Johanna B. Bolton 
Jennifer L. Castonguay 
Pamela A. Delmar 



Susan M. Ekberg 
Lori A. Elberfeld 
Aaron G. Gong 
Daniel A. Lopes 
Jennifer E. Lumb 
Andrew Merck 
Ryan J. Renauld 
Linh D. Tran 
Daniel E. Weiner 



MODERN LANGUAGES 

Liban 0. Ali 
Jane C. Bradbury 
Katherine DeLima 
Kate V. Dulmage 
Allison K. Dyer 
Carolina J. Garcia 
Jennifer L. Kmetz 
Monica L. Stevens 
Noriko Uchida 
' Carolina Verdaguer 

NURSING 

Kathryn A. Bray 
Elizabeth N. Bwogi 
Susan H. Churchill 
Ronald L. Dorleans 
Pamela H. Fruci 
Valerie D. lyawe 
Philomene Joseph 
John G. Kelly 
Christine M. Lutfy 
Jeanette A. Rizza 
Carolyn L. Tomao 
Susan J. Weisman 



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POUTICS 

Warren W. Allgrove III 
Stacy A. Benhardt 
Will R. Briggs 
Jason R. Pronovost 
Alan K. Russell II 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Cristina B. Barreira 
Jay W. Brown 
Amanda E. Burgess 
Patricia L. Callahan 
Grace E. Card well 
Michelle M. Carignan 
Karen A. Carr 
Steven G. Colletes 
Larissa N. Combe 
Lisa HI. Connery 
Brennan A. Crouch 
Megan T. Cunningham 
Rosemarie DeCenzo 
Michelle M. Desrosiers 
Melissa DiBenedetto 
Stacie Lee Dolan 
Kate S. Domurat 
Danielle A. Donati 
Melissa J. Dugan 
Sossi N. Essajanian 
Lisa M. Federico 
Julie M. Fitzgerald 
Laureen A. Frost 
Janice M. Geist 
Amy S. Grenier 



Christina M. Griffin 
Crystal F. Griffin 
Kristy L. Hargreaves 
Candice L. Holzhauer 
Christine T. Houk 
Katie M. Hunt 
Jennifer C. Jones 
Katie A. Joyce 
Nicola Marie Kenig 
Mark S. Kinchla 
Lori J. Kneeland 
Azuna Kohi 
Linda M. Kupris 
Jason D. Lane 
Jessica L. LaRue 
Sara E. Law 
Keary A. LeClair 
Maureen E. Maskell 
Santina D. Masters 
Ginger D. Mayes 
Amanda F. Michienzi 
Melissa F. Morin 
Lisa A. Motroni 
Jun Nagashima 
Christie D. Nardella 
Ghazaleh Parizi 
Melissa L. Pupek 
Adrienne Roche 
Sabrina M. Ryan 
Aaron W. Sartorelli 
Courtney A. Saulnier 
Sarah E. Schofield 
Caitlin E. Slavin 
Wendy L. Stokes 
Melanie A. Swimm 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE ENTIRE 



Jennifer Torres 
Eric S. Wall 
Sara A. Ward 
Stephen S. Wolff 

SOCIOLOGY 

Nicole A. Batterton 
Abigail L Berthold 
Jillian C. Bishop 
Laura J. Bonitatibus 
Melissa M. Bonofilio 
Matthew M. Bright 
Daniel H. Brucker 
Chrystal A. Cain 
David B. Campbell 
Pamela E. Campbell 
Jennifer Castro 
Leslie G. Considine 
Keith M. Corey 
Wendy M. Costello 
Jodi L Cross 
Richard A. Croteau 
Steven M. Cummings 
Sean A. DeLoatche 
Michael P. Demore 
Michael R. DeStefano 
Kevin F. Doyle 
Ryan C. Dubb 
Kathryn L. Duckett 
David M. Favreau 
Valerie A. Fedorchak 
Monique Frederique 
Kalenka Frejuste 
Melissa S. Gelinas 



Julie P. Gomels 
Jessica Goodall 
Jennifer K. Griffith 
Brian C. Hammond 
Kathryn A. Harmer 
Kimberly A. Harris 
Matthew J. Hunt 
Renee C. Jacques 
Bruce M. Jangro 
Erin R. Kalakowsky 
Karl Kravchuk 
Diane C. Ladd 
Justin C. Lopes 
Bernadette G. Lupo 
Patricia C. Mahoney 
Laura L. Manning 
Christopher W. Miller 
Andrea M. Murdza 
Margaret F. Murray 
Jaclyn M. Neill 
Masayuki Ninomiya 
Tania C. Novak 
Kelly P. Noyes 
Mary M. Parker 
Kimberly L. Pereira 
Dianthe E. Perez 
Peter M. Postoian II 
Isabella C. Rollo 
Julie C. Russell 
Jennifer E. Schmidt 
Timothy P. Sieurin 
Glen A. Simarrian 
Michael A. Soroka 
Russell D. Stering 



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Kerry J. Sullivan 
Michelle L Tosi 
Heidi J. Trainor 
Kelly A. Ullmann 
Andrea L Welch 
Bethany A. Whalen 
Lynne A. Williams 
Percess A. Williamson 
Victoria M. Winter 

SPANISH 

Irma E. Hurtado 
Misato Nakai 
Julia N. Pages 




CONGRATULATIONS 
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President of the Class of 2002 
Amanda F. Michienzi 

Psychology 




Vice President of the Class of 2002 
Darlene L. Crowley 

Communication Arts 





Officers 



Treasurer of the Gass of 2002 
Mark S. Kinchla 

Psychology 



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Danielle M. Albert 
Psychology 




Liban O. Ali 
Modern Languages 




Sharon E. Alves 
Food and Nutrition 




Luigi Amabile, Jr. 
Business Administration 




Sandra N.S. Anim 
Communication Arts 




Jennifer M. Arra 
Communication Arts 




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Angela N. Barker 
Business Administration 




Nicole A. Batterton 
Sociology 



Stephan M. Badera 
Business Administration 





Megan M. Barrett 
Communication Arts 



Cristina B. Barreira 
Psychology 




Jeffrey D. Bazinet 
Computer Science 



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Julie A. Bear 
Elementary Education 




Abigail L. Berthold 
Sociology 



Valerie). Benigno 
Biology 




Yamylex Belis 
Spanish 





Christine M. Bloomer 
Biology 




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Gina M. Botta 
Sociology 




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Peter E. Brandwein 
English 



Sean P. Buckley 
Geography 



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Amanda E. Burgess 
Psychology 




Ryan T. Burns 
Business Administration 





Cori L. Callinan 
Communication Arts 






Elizabeth N. Bwogi 
Nursing 




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Eileen A. Carranza 
Business Administration 








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Ann L. Chiras 
Clothing and Textiles 




Jennifer ). Chirgwin 
Consumer and Family Sciences 




Shou S. Chiu 

Business Administration 





Lisa M. Clairmont 
Food and Nutrition 



Kimberly M. Ciccketti 
Biology 




Laura }. Coffey 
Business Administration 



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Jeff A. Connolly 
B usin ess Adm in is I ra Hon 




Jodi L. Cross 
Sociology 






Wendy J. Conzo 
Art 




Wendy M. Costello 
Sociology 





Paul Cummings 
Communication Arts 




Sara L. Cunningham 
Early Childhood Education 




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Kelly A. DeCollibus 
Communication Arts 




Michael 1. Desmond 
Clothing and Textiles 



Amanda I. Czarnec 
English 





Amy E. DeMeo 
Elementary Education 



Kimberly C. DeCollibus 
Communication Arts 




Michelle M. Desrosiers 
Psychology 



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Brenda A. Dever 
B usin ess Adm inis tra tion 




Kristen M. Dewey 
Business Administration 



Konstantinos Diamatopoulos 
Communication Arts 



Angela DiNardo 
Business Administration 






Shawn E. Diotte 
Food Science 




Stacie L. Dolan 
Psychology 




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Kate S. Domurat 
Psychology 




Jennifer L. Doncaster 
Business Administration 




Kevin F. Doyle 
Sociology 



Lisa A. Duquette 

Early Childhood Education 



123 






Jennifer A. Durkin 
Computer Science 



Sossi N. Essajanian 
Psychology 




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Jason R. Firth 
Business Administration 



David M. Favreau 
Sociology 




Julie M. Fitzgerald 
Psychology 




Rachel L. Foster 
Communication Arts 



Sara M. Foster 
Economics 




Mary C. Foyle 
English 



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Kalenka Frejuste 
Sociology 




Lauren C. French 
Sociology 




Kyoko Fukuda 
Communication Arts 




Jennifer Gadbois 
Communication Arts 




Jeffrey H. Gammon 
Geography 




Carolina J. Garcia 
Modern Languages 




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Patricia E. Ginnetti 
English 



Jocelyn L. Gonsalves 
Business Administration 




Evelyn Gonzalez 
Modern Lanauanees 




Erik Granstrom 
Economics 



127 



Jared Greenwald 
Computer Science 




Adrienne E. Haesche 
Clothing and Textiles 



Katherina Guttman 
Communication Arts 




Maria T. Guerra 
Clothing and Textiles 





Maria T. Haley 
English 




Joanne M. Halstead-Cannady 
Business Administration 




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Kathryn A. Harmer 
Sociology 



Candice L. Holzhauer 
Psychology 



129 



Kathleen M. Huard 
Business Administration 




Matthew J. Hunt 
Sociology 



Jennifer L. Hutchins 
Art 




Veronica M. Johnansson 
Art 



Katie M. Hunt 
Psychology 





Renee C. Jacques 
Sociology 





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Stacy C. Johnson 
Biology 



Andrea Johnson 
English 




Delroy Jones 

Business Administration 




Jeneve R. Jones 
Business Administration 




Rebecca M. Jones 
English 




Robin F. Jordan 
Art 



131 



Michelle M. Kealey 
English 



Jacquelyn J. King 
Clothing and Textiles 




132 





Shelly R- layne 
English 




Sarah ) . Lesselbaum 
English 



Paul ] . Langlois 
Computer Science 





Michelle L. Leip 
Modern Languages 



Keary A. LeClair 
Psychology 




Marc L. Listewnik 
Biology 



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Eva V. Longo 
Chemistry 




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Carey A. McPherson 
Communication Arts 




Marie E. Miscia 
Communication Arts 



Richard P. McDonald 
Communication Arts 





Jarret B. Miller 
Economics 



Erica S. Metrick 
Communication Arts 




Jessica L. Montgomery 
English 



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Charles F. Mtutu 
Communication Arts 




Meredith A. Murtagh 
English 



Kathleen P. Murphy 
Sociology 




Janine A. Nappi 
Communication Arts 



Christina D. Munro 
Business Administration 





Barbara Nabulya 
Computer Sciences 





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Joanne M. Nicholson 
Biology 



Kathryn L. Newcomb 
Computer Sciences 




Tania C. Novak 
Sociology 




Caitlin P. O'Connor-Viera 
English 




Meghan E. O'Reilly 
Consumer and Family Sciences 




Eschine Orcel 
Food and Nutrition 



137 



Deirdre ). Osborne 
Biology 



Alice A. Oyata 
Computer Sciences 



Ghazaleh Parizi 
Psychology 





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Paul G. Pinsonnault, Jr. 
Communication Arts 




Matthew J. Quinn 
History 



Stacey L- Philibert 
Art 




Jennifer M. Price 
Business Administration 




Nelissa L. Pupek 
Psychology 




Monika Raesch 
Communication Arts 



139 




Taryn L. Rancatore 
Elementary Education 




Melissa E. Renaud 
Business Administration 



Justin R. Redden 
Communication Arts 



Dan Ren 




Casie L. Richardson 
English 



Nichole M. Richard 
Communication Arts 






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Kerri A. Richardson 
Psychology 



Erica L. Rioux 

Consumer and Family Sciences 





Adrienne Roche 
Psychology 




Aubrey S. Rocheleau 
English 



Jason W. Robbins 
Business Administration 




Diomary's Rodriguez 
Communication Arts 



141 



Alan K. Russell, 11 
Politics 




Christopher J. Santillo 
Business Administration 



Jessica M. Saporetti 
Early Childhood Education 



Sarah E. Schofield 
Psychology 




142 




Melissa S. Seamon 
Clothing and Textiles 




Kimberly R. Segal 
Clothing and Textiles 




Heidi M. Semenchuk 
Food and Nutrition 




Francesca A. Seniti 
Clothing and Textiles 




Victoria C. Shelton 
Clothing and Textiles 




Shauna D. Smollin 

Consumer and Family Sciences 



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144 



Michael A. Soroka 
Sociology 




Daryl C. Stever 
Computer Science 



Monica L. Stevens 
Modern languages 




Brianne M. Sullivan 
History 



Kimberly A. Stapleton 
Clothing and Textiles 




Christina C. Streiby 
English 






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Nyisha M. Themea 
Communication Arts 



Rebecca L. Tibets 
Biology 



145 



Christine T. Tower 
Elementary Education 



Amy )■ VanWagoner 
Communication Arts 




146 



Amanda R. Wagner 
Clothing and Textiles 




Maryanne Warsame 
Business Administration 



Elise M. Whitney 
Food and Nutrition 



147 



Tanya M. Whooley 
Business Administration 



Christopher S. Wilson 
Communication Arts 




148 






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Helen Xie 

Business Administration 




Anna Yong 

Business Administration 




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Alumni Association 

Congratulates the 

Class of 2002! 



Contact Information: 

Development and Alumni Relations Office 

100 State Street, P.O. Box 9101 

Framingham, Ma 01701-9101 

Development@frc.mass.edu 

Framingham State College 

Online Community 

Stay in touch with your classmates by listing class 

notes and posting photos! 

www.alumniconnection.com/olc/pub, FRC/ 



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CLASS OF 2002!! 





congratulates you on 

all you have done and all 

you continue to do! 




Feel free to visit 

www.frarnnsham.edu/careersenjices.edu 

to explore career information, 

search for positions, 

and Post an internship or full-time position. 



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Thank you for your assistance in 

producing the DIAL yearbook 

for the Class of 2002. 

Student Involvement and Campus Events 

Athletics Office 

Teresa Pagliuca 

Information Technology Services 

The Gatepost 

Residence Life and Housing 

Career Services 

Development and Alumni Relations Office 

Jostens 
Professor John Budz 
Multicultural Affairs 



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Class President, Amanda Michienzi, 
addresses the Class of 2002. 




Mark Evans, Artist in Residence, and Margaret 
O'Keefe include music in the program. 



Seth Weinroth, Chair of the Board of 

Trustees, addresses the Class of 

2002. 




President Heineman addresses the 
Class of 2002. 




The Commencement Speaker, Edmund "Ted" 

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Tcl Owi Vcmqkim Cmuitee JCymt Hdzkwm 

Down JWemoty Hone, ptom Wtom and Dad, 

Remewitet ikoi pitat day? We kauc a pictute op you getting gh ike tud ta ptaue it, weatiuy yaut UWtass 
Jacket and putpEe pants. I taEd you, "I (We you and uii££ miss you". Yea taEd tne, "Daut watty Wtommy, I wiEE te 
back Eatet today". I went into ike fame and died. Hits. Wattaud, yaut Kiudetyatten teackex, bold at yaut pitst 
Patent Teacket Wteetiuy, "Caudice id Eike a spouye, sucking up euety tit o| knowledge I give ket awd askiuy pot Kiate. 
Ske w a EaueEy ckiEd ta teack". Da you tememtet Ait CEass witk Cywtltia FuEtau? You pointed a pictute op a cat 
mid a dig daisy pEowet, you wete so ptaud! Spats, BaseltaEE, SopfctaEE, Catcket, Fitdt tase, OutpieEd, tememtet tke 
time yea caugkt ike taEE wik yaut nose? Oack!! &@%& You didn't give op tkouyk; yau wete aEways Dad's "AEE 
Stat". 

Jumping akead a bit to. Juuiat Hiyk, it was a tig appetence ptom EEemeutaty SckaaE. Haw ataui Wit. Btuua? 
Yau know ike l/llatk ieackex wko. yau said must te ctazy! He jumped an tap o| kis desk and scteamed! "THEW wkat 
da we aV? We WOOUUE tke DeciaE paint auet!" He may kaue teen actiuy a tit ctazy hut ke sute gat kid paint 
actass and you did weEE in kid cEass. Yeak! Da you tememtet WfiddEe East Day? You dtessed up ad a Wfummy, it 
bounded Eike a caoE tking ta do, tut was anyikinq hi caoE. Hat in tkase skeet sttips, pkew! 

Higk SckaaE Eets see, ptieuds JiEE, KeEEy, etc. tea many U tememtet. Wtiss Kiendziat, what a gteat Ckait 
teacket, with a bubbly peaouaEity inka put up witk a Eat ptom ket students. Ok yea, Eets not potget tke pEay, "Auytkiuy 
Goes"; it sute did ga weEE. I tememtet you uety adawiautEy wiafeiny ike content; i^ Wick dtops me I'M punck kirn! You 
wete aoao netuaud, but you did Gteat, (we kaue ike movie ta ptaue it). Tke audience wkidtCed and ckeeted! We kad 
90 wtany patenb came up tow and say yaut dauaUex Candace am fcantastic, ske ptayed ket ckatactet gteat! You 
mete ike Stat! You and euetyane inwodied had a gteat iim doing iki& pettatmance. Mow ikm, Ceh see, Gtaduatiau 
time, you uiete ike ptettieat young uioman tkete, in out eyes at Ceost and you imde m a€£ uety ptaud! 

How a{fc ta CoCCege, Ftamingkam State, two kaww away! Fteakman, no cat aKawed an campus! Ttayedy! Ho 
Wkee£s! In a datmitoty witk kow many ciket btudetthl Ok my Gad! ACE ike ttips to and ptam, aEE tke kauts an ike 
toad, it's yaut tutn ta dtiue, we Jaat took it one day at a time. You teaEized eatEy m ikat pattyiny is not conducive 
to Eeatning and did gteat m yaut cEasses. Yau did gteat as we expected, but soon pound datmitoty Ei|e wm a teaE 
dtag, Fteakman eapeciaEEy! 

So now yau deviated onto a dippetent patk, a patk Eeas ttaueEed, one ikal ia)m you into a nem pott op yaut 
young aduEt Ei^e, tentiny yaut pitst apatiment and aEE ike expensed ikat ga witk it! You kaue two gteat jots, ExpEote, 
ikat keEps gteatEy witk yaut expensed, tent, eEec., gas, FOOD and Battendiny at Vibe. Ok, now you ate afeout to 
emfeatli an yet anotket new pott op yaut Eipe, wotfeing pu£E time! You fame aEteady in ike past teen dainy ikk, puEE 
time biudent pEud ike jots, so it is judt a wiattet ap pinding wkat it is you wad ta da. Yau wiEE d^ we£E, yau'te smati 
and kawe yaut ptiotities sttaigkt and know yaut flmitatiem. Wow! We ate Uety Ptound op Yaut AccompEiskmeufd! 



jCaue, 



Mom &Dad 



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Corigratulatbris! 




Love and Prayers 

Vad, Worry fielatives, Friends, 

and many pets, too! 



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Cvelyn (3onzalez 

When ZJ gave birtf) to you Cvelyn (3onzalez, born on (January 30, 
1 980, 3 never know that rue rvere going to have such, a special 
relationship. ^ beautiful little girl born of love, who one day 
n'ould grow up as a young woman full of love. We taught you 
the important value of life and to be honest. When you needed 
advice or someone to talk to, ive were there for you. You have 
always been a sensitive, beautiful, loving, very intelligent young 
lady who has all the qualities to become very successful, dealing 
with, what the future brings you. Always have confidence in 
yourself, and do not be afraid to strive for everything you want. 
We know you can do it. Vou are strong in your beliefs and 
values, you will always be able to walk with, pride. Your life will 
be filled with, peace, happiness and remember Faith, and Love is 
the force hjat powers our heart. We will always continue to 
cherish, and love everything about you. 

We watched you play with dolls, finish, b'gb school and now our 
little girl is graduating from college. You are going to be an 
excellent teacher. 

Wherever you go, just remember we are here for you. We are 
very proud of you. We love you very mud). @od bless you and 
be wrth you always. Congratulations! 

Loue, ?ftom and X)ad 



JasaiiHobbins 

We are so proud of vou. It wasn!t 

alwavs easv but vou hung inJhere 

and were sacccsst ul. Remember the 

lessons vou learned along' the way 

that helped vou to succeed. These 

are your keys to success inJhe future, 

A/Lav God continue to bless vour life. 

Love, VLom & Dad 




TamfH- Lea RotAtcorfo/te 




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Aubrey 
Rochleau 

Anticipation 

is part of the stuff 

that dreams are 

made of, and we 

hope all your dreams 

come true. 

Love and Success 
Ma&Da 



Jillian Bishop 

Congratulations, Jill, 
on your B.A. in Sociology! 



You've come a long way. 
We're so PROUD of you!! 



Much Love, 
Horn, Dad, 
Kara, & 
Elizabeth 

Best wishes to all 

FSC Class of 2002 

graduates!! 




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Joanne Nbhofeon 

You arc? the third one born in the family, but the first to 

achieve what none in the family has accomplished. 

Like the seeds in the E3ible, one shall fall on rocke and not 

put forth, one shall fall on sour ground and start to 

flourish but wither, and then, like you, one will fall on 

cjound, flourish and bring forth fruit. You have started 

with everything against you and still accomplished what 

you wanted in life. 

We are so proud of you worde cannot express our 

feelings. Thank you for being our Daughter. 

Love, Pad and Mom 






Sarah Schofteld 

We are so very proud of you. 
Congratulations on your accomplishments. 
It isn't easy. 
We love you very much. 

Go SAS - Concieve, Believe, Achieve 
Love, Norn, Dad & Bryan 



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Tou)?e been the source of hope and pride filled with lol?e 
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C. 

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It is good to have an end to 

journetj towards; but it is the 

journeq that matters in the end. 

CONGRATULATIONS 

RENEE 

WE LOVE VOUJ 

Mom, Dad, and Kyle 



Staceu) Pfillbert, 

Four years ago when we dropped you off at F5C, tfiat" 
first day, we were In awe of tfne opportunity you were 
given, We are all proud of now you handled college 
life with" responsibility and dedication, You worked 
diligently to achieve great grades and made amazing 
friendships, Congratulations! Go forth and en)oy 
your future, We love you! 

Mom, Dad & Kristen 




Maggie Maginnis 

You have come a 
long way, baby! 

love, 
Mom & Dad 



Corey M. White 

What a wonderful son 

you've grown to be. We 

are so proud of you. Our 

wish for you is much 

happiness and success. 

Follow your heart and 

always be yourself. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

Love, 

Mom, Mark & Kristen 




Jackie King 

We are so very proud of 

the person you have 

become. Congratulations 

on your many 

accomplishments. 

Our very best wishes & love always, 
Mom, Dad, Erin, & Patrick 



Fkatber Malone? 

Congratulations! 
(JKere so proud of vour 
awesome achievements. 



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It seems like just yesterday you were a little girl and 
now you are a grown up young lady ready to face the 
world. Know how proud we are of the young lady 
you have become and how very much we love you. 
Remember to always hold your head high, stand firm 
in your convictions, and always, always keep on 
believing in the magic for the magic is within you. 
Good luck in all you do and remember to live each day 
to the fullest. Keep on reaching for the stars and may 
all your dreams come true. 
With all our love. 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations Amanda! We are so 

proud of you. We hope all your dreams 

come true Good luck in grad school. 

You are a great sister. We love you. 

Matthew. Nicholas 

(and Gullie. too!) 





Words just cannot express how proud we are of all 
you have achieved and how wonderful a person you 
have become. When you look at this page know how 
much you are loved by so many people - Nana and 
Grarnpy. Nana Bea. Grandma, your aunts, uncles, 
cousins. Matthew. Nicholas and of course. Dad and I. 
Gulliver too. Good luck and be safe, do well, stand 
strong, and know I love you. Dare to make a 
difference. 

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protests and looting as the country 
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pulls out of the 1972 Anti-Ballistic 
Missile Treaty to pursue a missile 
defense system. 

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and tighter check-in procedures 
as airport security restrictions are 
heightened following the terrorist 
attacks on September 11. 







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Masako gives birth to a^tiaby girl 
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fresh debate about male-only 
succession to Japan's throne. 

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terror when anthrax-laced letters 
are sent to members of Congress 
and the media. Five people are 
killed in the attacks, and clean-up 
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Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan 
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Tribunal in The Hague for U.N. war 
crimes, including the murder and 
persecution of ethnic Albanians 
in Kosovo. 

American Airlines Flight 587 crashes 
into a Queens neighborhood in New 
York City on November 12, killing 
all 255 people on board. Structural 
failure of the plane's tail assembly 
apparently causes the tragedy! S^ 



1 s Twenty-eight youths are arrested 
for starting bush fires that destroy 
hundreds of thousands of acres 
of forest and farmland and kill 
thousand of koalas and kangaroos 
in southeast Australia. 

vl/ Convicted Oklahoma City bomber 
Timothy McVeigh is executed by 
lethal injection for destroying the 
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building 
in A pril 1995, killing 168 peopl e. 




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1 s Violent Israeli-Palestinian 
confrontations escalate as Prime 
Minister Ariel Sharon and PLO Leader 
Yasser Arafat struggle to find an 
answer to their countries' ongoing 
hatred for one another. 



sl> The U.S. welcomes overwhelming 
support and aid from dedicated allies 
in Operation Enduring Freedom, 
including Great Britain's Prime 
Minister Tony Blair. 



After Houston energy giant Enron 
collapses, thousands lose their life 
savings, accounting firm Arthur 
Andersen encounters accusations of 
unethical practices, and the General 
Accounting Office sues the Executive 
Branch for confidential transcripts in 
its investigation of the scandal. 



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4> U.S. and allied forces mount Operation 
Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, driving 
the repressive Taliban regime from power. 



vj/ President Bush establishes a new cabinet position, 
Director of Homeland Security, to coordinate the fight 
against domestic terrorism. Former Pennsylvania 
governor Tom Ridge becomes the first incumbent. 




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military airdrops 
food rations to 
the starving people 
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1 s Scientists at Massachusetts 
General Hospital discover that 
beauty triggers a brain response 
in men that is similar to reactions 
to cocaine and money. 



<r President Bush approves stem cell 
research, but only on cells already 
extracted. The research is highly 
controversial because extracting 
the cells kills human embryos. 



1 s Winter weather buffs are left 
out in the heat as Americans 
experience record warm 
temperatures across the country 
in December and January. 



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of carbon dioxide ice are eroding 
from the poles of Mars. Over time, 
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1 s On November 7, the supersonic 
Concorde airplane flies for the first 
time since the July 2000 crash that 
killed 113 people. Flight F002 
travels from Paris to New York in 
just under four hours. 

■i> Dr. Judson Somerville donates 
his own DNA to researchers 
who produce the first cloned 
human embryo. 



^ Scientists in Argentina discover 
several 80-million-year-old 
unhatched dinosaur eggs with 
petrified dinosaur embryos inside 



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iPod, allowing users to store 
up to 1,000 digital song files 
for on-the-go enjoyment. 



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discovered. The new squid can grow 
to lengths of 25 feet, and has fins and 
10 spidery arms with elbows. 




1 s The MR2 camera pill allows 
doctors to examine the inside 
of the human intestine without 
surgery. Patients swallow the 
"pill," which transmits digital 
images to a data recorder. 



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scooter invented by Dean Kamen, is tested by police 
and postal workers in several states. 



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artificial heart, is given to 59-year-old Robert Tools. 
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recession in March 2001 , and the 
situation worsens signiticantly after 
September 11. Unemployment rises 
to its highest rate in six years. 

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= celebrates his 75th birthday. 



vp Popular shoemaker Vans releases 
a shoe of a different color— white shoes 
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mystique with motorcycle fans, 
Harley-Davidson unveils the 
V-Rod, its first new "hog" in 
a half-century. 



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1 s The Journal of the Amerii 
Medical Association reports that 
childhood obesity has reached 
epidemic proportions thanks in 
part to larger fast food servings 
and in-school soda machines. 



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other huge jolt of caffeine 
Mountain Dew introduces 
its newest beverage— cherry 
flavored Code Red. 




1 s Bobbleheads make a comeback, 
representing not only sports figures 
but also pop music superstars such 
as 'NSYNC. 




<- Topps releases an "Enduring Freedom" card set 
featuring portraits and bios of many leaders 
involved, including President Bush and Secretary 
: Defense Donald Rumsfeld. 



4> At 10:45 a.m. September 11, Fox News Channel 
introduces the headline ticker. Other networks follow, 
creating a non-stop flood of headlines. Each "crawl" 
rotates nearly 80 headlines in a 7- to 15-minute loop. 







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about true love in Shrek. 

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to popular music, celebrates 

its 20th anniversary. 



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Letterman" helps people cope with 
their emotions in the weeks after 
the September 1 1 terrorist attacks. 




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straight Oscar nomination for 
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role as a paranoid-schizophrenic 
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revival in the Broadway smash hit 
Mamma M/a/The musical features 
three intertwined love stories and 
over 20 of Abba's greatest hits. 

<- The Emmy Awards for Best Actress 
and Best Supporting Actress in a 
Comedy go to CBS's "Everybody 
Loves Raymond" stars Patricia 
Heaton and Doris Roberts. 



1- The WB scores a flyaway hit 
with "Smallville," the story of 
Superman's high school years. 
The show stars newcomer Tom 
Welling as the young Superman. 

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his role as a leading man 
in Hollywood with a pair of 
blockbuster war movies: Pearl 
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telethon, raising over $150 million 
for September 1 1 relief efforts. 

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Microsoft's X-Box enter the video 
game market to compete with 
Sony's smash-hit PlayStation 2. 



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1^ The Lord of the Rings: The 
Fellowship of the Ring, the first 
movie of J. R.R.Tolkien's fantasy 
trilogy, receives 13 Oscar 
nominations including Best Picture. 

vl/ Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks 
collaborate to produce the 
10-episode HBO World War II 
epic Band of Brothers, based 
on the best-selling book by 
Stephen Ambrose. 




1 s Popular WB TV series "Buffy the 
Vampire Slayer" receives rave 
reviews for presenting an entire 
episode as a musical. 

•i> The highly anticipated movie Harry Potter 
and the Sorcerer's Stone sets records for 
opening weekend, and first, second and 
third place single-day box-office totals. 




Kiefer Sutherland stars in Fox's 
Golden Globe winner "24." The 
show is delivered in two dozen 
real-time episodes based on one 
action-packed day in the life of 
fictional CIA agent Jack Bauer. 



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I s Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., Universal, MGM 
and Paramount movie studios discuss the joint 
creation of Moviefly— the first Internet-based 
downloadable movie rental system. 





1 s The music from the hit movie Brother, Where Art Thou? 
becomes country music's top-seller for 2001 and receives 
a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year. 







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celebrates the spirit of th^ 



<- Popular rapper Ja Rule is 
nominated for the 2002 NAACP 
Image Awards Outstanding 
Hip-Hop/Rap Artist for the 
song "Livin' It Up." 

-» Singer/actress Aaliyah is killed 
in a private plane crash in the 
Bahamas. During her eight-year 
career, Aaliyah released three hit 
CDs and appeared in several 
feature films. 



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for New York City, to pay tribute to the victims and raise money for 
recovery efforts after the September 11 terrorist attacks. 




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the U.S. with her first English-language 
album, Laundry Service. 



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September 11 relief effcW / U2's 

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Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On." 
Participating artists include Nelly 
Furtado, Fred Durst, Gwen Stefani, 
Moby and many more. 

-> Modern rock group Incubus 
storms onto the music scene 
with the release of the widely 
acclaimed album Morning View. 




1 s Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes 
Borland leaves the band to 
pursue his own musical career. 



■t Legendary Beatles' guitarist George 
Harrison, the so-called "Quiet Beatle," 
dies after a three-year battle with cancer. 



^ Rock bands like P.O.D. use their faith to 
help bring the Christian rock/pop music 
message into the mainstream music scene 

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Bond reaches the top of the U.S. 
classical album charts— despite 
being blacklisted from the U.K. 
chart for sounding too similar 
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England Patriots shock NFL viewers 
by kicking a dramatic last-second 
tield goal to upset the St. Louis 
Rams 20-17 in Super Bowl XXXVI. 

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1 s The Arizona Diamondbacks stun the 
New York Yankees to win the World 
Series with a two-run rally in the 
bottom of the ninth inning of Game 7. 

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makes baseball history with 73 
home runs and an astounding 
slugging percentage of 
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all season, playoff MVP Lisa Leslie 
leadslhe Los Angeles Sparks over 
the Charlotte Sting to win the 2001 
WNBA Championship. 



In July, Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins the 
Pepsi 400 in Daytona, Florida. 
Ironically, Earnhardt's victory 
comes on the same track where his 
father died just five months earlier. 



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Ross Powers and J.J. Thomas 

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medals sweep in the Winter 
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1 s Former Georgia high school 
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becomes the first female to score 
in Division 1-AA college football 
by kicking three extra points for 
Jacksonville State. 



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•I s The Colorado Avalanche skate to 
victory in the 2001 NHL Finals 
against the New Jersey Devils, 
marking the first Stanley Cup win 
for 20-year veteran Ray Bourque. 



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The NFL season begins on a 
tragic note when Minnesota 
Vikings tackle Korey Stringer 
collapses at practice 
and dies a day later from 
heatstroke complications. 



-> America welcomes athletes from all over the 
world to Salt Lake City, Utah, to compete in 
the 2002 Winter Olympics. 

4- On their way to an undefeated season and 
undisputed NCAA Football national championship, 
the Miami Hurricanes roll over the Nebraska 
Comhuskers 37-14 in the 2002 Rose Bowl. 




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-> Actress/singer 
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Cris Judd 
in September. 






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